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Page 103 text:
junior High Qaalball Hanquct
For many years, the Junior High
School Football Banquet has been a
Father-Son affair, pr epa r ed and
served by the mothers of the mem-
bers of the football team. This year
the School Cafeteria was the scene
of this event whic h marked the of-
ficial end of the football season fo r
the Cubs. The food was delicious,
and was prepared by Mrs. Max-
well and her staff.
above Some of the Junior High mothers were in a hud
dle Just before the serving began to c h ec k for the last
time on their serving procedure
fLeft The center table was decorated with
a miniature field c omplete with 10 yard
11nes players goal posts decorated with
streamers and cars in the end zones for
Below The boys and their dads make short work of
the wonderful food
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Qabovel The members ofthe Student Council were: fstandingj Bob Mein-
ecke, Roberta Johnigan, and Jimmy Williams, fSeatedl Sandra Whit-
aker, Lynda Merritt, Johnny Jones, Vice-President, Roy Neillliillings-
worth, President, Sally Baggett, Secretary, and Bob Cooke.
Qllelowl Members ofthe Juni u r High
Svhool play in the "B" Band until pro-
moted to "A" Band. Mr. Gray directs
Page 104 text:
-' - -Ig,:.
Ozona is justifiably proud of the excellent
buildings which it provides for the educa-
tion of its boys andg irls. Pictured above
are: HighSchool, Davidson MemorialGym-
nasium, Junior High School, Homemaking
Cottage, North Elementa ry School, and
Band and Shop Building. Othe r buildings
fnot picturedl are the Cafeteria and the Vo-
cational Agriculture Building, completed
during l955-56, the Field House and Stad-
ium, and the South Elementary School,
pictured on page 129. Buildings in prog-
ress include the addition of an auditorium
to the South Elementary School, and ex-
pansion of Teacher Houses.
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